A Roman Roadside Settlement at Healam Bridge: The Iron Age to Early Medieval Evidence

Cath Ambrey, David Fell, Richard Fraser, Stuart Ross, Greg Speed, Philip N Wood, 2017

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A Roman Roadside Settlement at Healam Bridge: The Iron Age to Early Medieval Evidence

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryEngland
English regionYorkshire and the Humber
CountyNorth Yorkshire
ParishAiskew
ParishRainton with Newby
ParishAinderby Quernhow
ParishHutton Conyers
ParishHowe
ParishTheakston
ParishBaldersby
ParishMelmberby
ParishLeeming and Newton
ParishKirklington-cum-Upsland
ParishDishforth
ParishPickhill with Roxby
ParishBurneston
ParishSinderby
ParishExelby
PlaceHealam Bridge
PlaceDishforth
Historic placeDere Street
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, England, North Yorkshire [7008166]
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, England, North Yorkshire, Dishforth [7453398]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
54.303154
-1.5673971 -1.4318705
54.149919
Subject Event Type (England)EVALUATION
Event Type (England)MAGNETOMETRY SURVEY
Event Type (England)OPEN AREA EXCAVATION
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)DRESS AND PERSONAL ACCESSORIES
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)COIN
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)METAL WORKING DEBRIS
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)VERTEBRATE REMAINS
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)QUERN
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)POT
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)PLANT REMAINS
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)MILLSTONE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)INVERTEBRATE REMAINS
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsRomans--Europe
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsExcavations (Archaeology)--England
Monument Type (England)ROAD
Monument Type (England)VICUS
Monument Type (England)FEATURE
Monument Type (England)BURIAL
Monument Type (England)STRUCTURE
OtherSTRATIFIED FIND
OtherEXCAVATED FEATURE
Period Period (England)EARLY MEDIEVAL
Period (England)IRON AGE
Period (England)ROMAN
Project dates Created From01-JAN-2009
Created To31-DEC-2013
First Released12-JUN-2017
Intervention Date From01-JAN-2009
Intervention Date To31-DEC-2010
Identifiers Museum accession IDYORYM: 2013.783
SitecodeA1DB09
SitecodeA1DB10
Related information Associated CollectionNorthern Archaeological Associates - digital archive (copy)
Associated CollectionYork Museums Trust, Yorkshire Museum - physical and digital archive
Associated PublicationVyner, B & Maclean, H (nd) 'A1 Dishforth to Barton Motorway Upgrade. The Archaeology of Roman Dere Street'.
Associated PublicationSpeed, G (2008) 'A1 Motorway, Dishforth to Barton: Archaeological Evaluation 2005-6'. Yorkshire Archaeological Society Roman Antiquities Section Bulletin 24, 4-9
Associated PublicationSpeed, G (2010) 'Three New Prehistoric Sites Near Catterick, North Yorkshire'. Prehistoric Research Section Bulletin of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society 47, 77-86
Data types available Spreadsheet40 objects
Text8 objects

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